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Though it may be temporary, Spin is currently the only scooter company operating in the city.
A directive from the Michigan governor also included a $2 million grant to help communities comply.
Nonbank lenders will need billions of dollars to stave off a cash crunch caused by the coronavirus outbreak.
Public health concerns have prompted the 36th District Court and Wayne County to take measures to prevent homelessness.
Only 73 households have successfully gotten their water turned back on.
The Preservation Partnership will expand on efforts to save 10,000 units of affordable housing across Detroit.
Amidst concerns from northern Oakland County lawmakers, Republicans declined to bring the legislation up for a vote.
Homeowners who were overtaxed in the 2010s or are delinquent on their taxes now will soon have avenues for assistance.
The historic church is one of only 86 in the U.S. to receive the honor.
The "Stay Midtown" program dispersed $800,000 in subsidies over three years.
Much-needed facade work will soon be done on the largest marble-clad commercial building in the world.
The city is trying to force the speculators to bring the homes up to code or prohibit them from doing business in Detroit.
No U.S. city grew more in diversity than Detroit over the last decade.
Some residents and members of city council feel the Community Benefits Ordinance isn’t working—and are proposing changes.
The new services are expected to roll out sometime in 2020.
Detroit was its crazy, fun, controversial self this past year
Event producers blame lack of sponsorship funding.
Adding to the massive projects the automaker is already undertaking in the region.
Red tape at city hall has been a long-running complaint for those trying to get permits and inspections.
The site leased by Detroit Bulk Storage partially collapsed into the river over the Thanksgiving weekend.
The mayor had hoped to use the funds to eliminate all residential blight by 2025
Management said the fence, which would have blocked access to the park, was necessary to ensure resident safety.
Tlaib joins three members of Congress who signed a letter urging an investigation into possible political influence.
The city had hoped to bring all rentals into compliance in two years, but that timeline has proved unrealistic.
The city has now installed over 400 of the traffic calming obstacles across Detroit.
But the State Historic Preservation Office and a major financier still don’t think it should be saved.
At least 30 cars have been equipped at the factory near Hamtramck.
This marks the 17th court refurbished by the Detroit basketball team.
The international race takes place this Sunday, October 20.
The "Pay as You Stay" program would eliminate interest, penalties, and fees for low-income homeowners behind on taxes.